Dow Corning and Tianwei New Energy collaborate on conductive adhesive for MWT cell production

Dow Corning, a specialty chemicals company with an expertise in silicone-based materials equally owned by Dow Chemical and Corning, announced a partnership with Tianwei New Energy on the use of Dow Corning's electrically conductive adhesive PV-5802 in Tianwei's 150 MW metal wrap-through (MWT) cel...

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